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    Life's A Journey—Not A Sprint

    by Jennifer Lewis-Hall
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    Life's A Journey—Not A Sprint by Jennifer Lewis-Hall

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    Publisher Hay House
    Publication Date 4/1/03
    ISBN 9781401932459

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    Navigating Life's Challenges and Finding Your Pathway to Success! Do you want to unlock the secrets to realizing your dreams in the face of personal and professional setbacks and challenges? Would you like to resolve your issues relating to relationships, careers, finances, or family matters-when you're running on all cylinders? Join veteran reporter Jennifer Lewis-Hall as she shows you how to attain success even when you're feeling stressed or overwhelmed. Discover the keys to attaining fulfillment in all areas of your life and moving beyond the barriers that can hold you back. This book provides an invigorating and fresh new perspective, offering key strategies showing you how to enrich your inner being and achieve all that you can as you strive to achieve your goals. Offering amazing words of wisdom, positive affirmations, and expert advice, this is a book that will enhance your life in myriad ways and help you realize your dreams without sacrificing love and happiness!

    About the Author

     

    From women’s issues to Wall Street, Jennifer Lewis-Hall is a veteran reporter, Emmy-nominated journalist, and sought-after public speaker whose career in television, newspapers, and magazines has spanned nearly two decades. She has been seen around the world throughout CNBC’s Business Day, and has also graced the network airways on NBC’s Early Today. And, she has occasionally anchored The Wall Street Journal Report. Lewis-Hall is a wife and mother who has received numerous awards for her professional accomplishments as well as civic contributions. She is one of the youngest women ever to be inducted into the Douglass Society at Douglass College for outstanding achievement; and she has shared her insights on raising children, breaking into the workplace, and achieving success in business with numerous organizations. This is Jennifer’s first book.